Advocacy focused Workshops: Advanced Level

Date: 5th May 2021 - 1st September 2021

Location:
Online, Zoom

CPD Hours: 10hours

These workshops focus on core skills for both your written and oral advocacy needs. Designed to assist solicitor advocates refine their techniques and enhance effectiveness in the course of their practice

Book by Friday 2 April to save 20% with our Early Bird rate
10 hours verifiable CPD (2 hours per workshop) | May - September 2021

Meet your Solicitor Advocate focused10 hours CPD requirement and get ahead in 2021 with our newest launch –Advocacy focused Workshop: Advanced Level series.

These workshops focus on core skills for both your written and oral advocacy needs. Designed to assist solicitor advocates refine their techniques and enhance effectiveness in the course of their practice; they are equally relevant to solicitors who are involved in litigation and wish to refresh or refine their written and oral advocacy skills to an advanced level or work towards qualifying for higher rights of audience.

Put together in a dynamic format, during each workshop you will have the opportunity to join the speakers and attending delegates in the discussions and ask questions specific to your needs. You can attend all the workshops if you like, or just the ones that suit you. 

Learning outcomes:

  • Learn how to structure a good written opinion
  • Understand key considerations of drafting pleadings 
  • Gain insight into what constitutes an effective written submission
  • Review the key points for interim advocacy

Workshops 

Workshop One : Wednesday 5 May 2021
Workshop two : Wednesday 2 June 2021
Workshop three: Wednesday 7 July 2021
Workshop four: Wednesday 4 August 2021
Workshop five: Wednesday 1 September 2021

Prices per workshop:

Member = £79.00
Non-member = £90.85
New-member = £67.15

Prices exclude VAT*

 

 

Speakers
Solicitor Advocate & Senior Associate , Anderson Strathern LLP
Solicitor Advocate , Tom Marshall Law Ltd
Partner & Solicitor Advocate, Brodies LLP
Workshop One: Drafting written opinions and consultations

Laura McCabe
Solicitor Advocate & Senior Associate , Anderson Strathern LLP
  • The form and structure of a good written opinion
  • Ability of practitioners to frame opinions understandable to lay persons
Workshop two: Drafting Written pleadings

Tony Jones QC
Partner & Solicitor Advocate, Brodies LLP
  • Where does fair notice end
  • What facts are essential?
  • What evidence to plead?
  • Burden of proof and how it affects your pleadings
Workshop three: Written submissions and Interim Applications
Workshop four: Evidence and Oral Advocacy
Workshop five: Skills Workshop/Class

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